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NDA states better than Cong-led states

 

TSI TEAM | New Delhi, February 4, 2012 11:38
Tags : state of the states | nda states | congress states | governance |
 

NDA states have scored better than Congress governed states on various important parameters of development and good governance. This is one of the major findings of the The Sunday Indian-Abacus Market Research 'State of the States' survey conducted recently. The survey ranked 13 major states on quantifiable factors of good governance such as administrative reforms, communal harmony, e-governance, girl child education, industrialisation, investment in the state, law and order, public distribution system and public health services.

Eight of these 13 states are led by non-Congress governments, while six of the non-Congress states are led by NDA. The remaining two are Orissa and Tamil Nadu which are governed by Biju Janta Dal and AIADMK respectively.

The survey findings and a detailed analysis is published in the latest edition of The Sunday Indian, the only news magazine that is published in 14 languages. This will be followed by a “Star State Award Ceremony” to be organised in Delhi after the budget session of the Parliament.

According to the The Sunday Indian-Abacus Market Research 'State of the States' survey, Gujarat ranked first in terms of overall development whereas Himachal Pradesh topped the chart as the most investment friendly state. Chhattisgarh came first in terms of developing an effective public distribution system.

The other winning states are: Bihar for law and order, Madhya Pradesh for girl child education, Karnataka for higher education, Orisa for administrative reforms, Tamil Nadu for industrialisation, Delhi for environmental awareness, Kerala for public health services, Rajasthan for tourism, Andhra Pradesh for e-governance and Assam for communal harmony. Details of runners-up and other positions can be seen in the tally.

The Sunday Indian is a venture of Planman Media led by Management Guru and Economist Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri. The Sunday Indian is the only news magazine that is published in 14 languages, English, Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Bengali, Urdu, Punjabi, Assamese, Oriya, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi and Bhojpuri. It reaches more than 2.5 million middle and upper middle class readers across the length and breadth of India. Launched in September, 2006, The Sunday Indian is now firmly established as a unique pan Indian media vehicle whose reach is unmatched by any other publication. In addition, the magazine is also available in 14 web editions reaching the Indian diaspora across the world in a language they prefer.

Besides, The Sunday Indian, Planman Media also publishes two successful and widely read business magazines, namely Business & Economy and 4Ps Business & Marketing. It also publishes Human Factor, an HR related magazine.

The chart below shows the winners in various categories:

Category

#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

Overall Development

Gujarat

Bihar

Tamil Nadu

Delhi

Haryana

Industrialisation

Tamil Nadu

Gujarat

Maharashtra

Karnataka

Himachal

Communal Harmony

Assam

Meghalaya

Sikkim

Tripura

Bihar

Environmental Awareness

Delhi

Gujarat

Uttarakhand

Himachal

Kerala

Public Distribution System

Chhattisgarh

Madhya Pradesh

Gujarat

Uttarakhand

Punjab

Public Health Services

Kerala

Delhi

Madhya Pradesh

Rajasthan

Gujarat

Most Investment Friendly

Himachal

Gujarat

Chhattisgarh

Maharashtra

Tamil Nadu

Law & Order

Bihar

Assam

Tripura

Tamil Nadu

J&K

Girl Child Education

Madhya Pradesh

Bihar

Haryana

Kerala

Chhattisgarh

Higher Education

Karnataka

Tamil Nadu

Maharashtra

Odisha

Kerala

Tourism

Rajasthan

J&K

Kerala

Chhattisgarh

Goa

E-Governance

Andhra Pradesh

Gujarat

Karnataka

Bihar

Punjab

Administrative Reforms

Odisha

Bihar

Gujarat

Tripura

Punjab

In terms of the methodology, the Abacus MR team interviewed 1,200 respondents to rate the states on various parameters. Respondents rated the various factors on the scale of improved/remained the same/deteriorated. The net improvement data was used to finally rank the states.

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